When Romney questions Obama’s achievements, remember what the Congress did to most of his proposals.
No Congress has ever done to a President what the Republicans in the Senate and the House have. Given the House’s Republican majority and the Senate’s need for 60% of votes to avoid filibuster, the President has been a victim of politicians who put their party ahead of the needs of Americans.
Take a look:
And if you listen to Romney accuse Obama for not making enough happen, wonder why he is not aware of the stance taken by his fellow Republicans in elected office.
- NYT: Exits of centrists weigh on Congress (msnbc.msn.com)
- I imagine that Romney will accuse Obama of not having created jobs… (underthelobsterscope.wordpress.com)
- Behind The Obama Implosion (andrewsullivan.thedailybeast.com)
- Ex-GOP Sen. Larry Pressler on supporting Obama: “Veterans very offended” by Romney (salon.com)
- Analysis: Romney would lean on Congress for tax code overhaul (news.yahoo.com)
Posted on October 9, 2012, in budget, campaign, Congress, editorial, election, ethics, Finance, government, Health Care, history, Legal, Lies, News, Politics, President Obama, quote, Taxes, vote, Warning, Word from Bill and tagged Barack Obama, House, Mitt Romney, President of the United States, Republican, Senate, United States, United States Congress. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on When Romney questions Obama’s achievements, remember what the Congress did to most of his proposals..